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SafeBoda partners with D-Light Uganda to empower its drivers, riders with Smartphones

By Jumah Kakomo

In a bid to strimeline the bodaboda industry sector, Safeboda has partnered with D-light Uganda limited to empower it’s driver  community with affordable smartphones.

The Managing Director of Safeboda Ricky Rapa Thomson, says the partnership will enable Safe Boda and safe car drivers to access smartphones on a hire purchase basis with an initial deposit, and then complete the payment in a period 365 days.

“As a Brand, we believe that the future of urban transportation is about community, supporting drivers to make more money, and enhancing thier welfare, this partnership brings this to life,” Ricky added.

He has disclosed that safe Boda is a brand built on the backbone of community development with thier Safeboda and safecar drivers forming a big part of this.

“When the drivers are happy, then we are confident about giving our customers a world class experience” Ricky added.

Daglous Gavala, the managing Director  D-light Uganda Limited says they welcome the  partnership with safe Boda which he believes will go a long way in increasing Smartphone penetration in the SafeBoda rider community. This partnership is about enabling the rider community to acquire smartphone in the most financially convineinet way that doesn’t affect thier cash flow.

“We all have to appreciate that a smartphone is more than just a phone, it is an enabler for work, business, education, and access to a wealth of information, he added.”

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